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lanes between 880 and warren springs and building the ramps and depressing warren avenue and b.a.r.t. bridges and union pacific railroad. this is a joint project paid for with state and local and federal money. reconfiguring the lanes so b.a.r.t. doesn't compete with other traffic in its design. >> we have b.a.r.t. going under or over. we are depressing warren avenue under the future b.a.r.t. operations and the significant added benefit will be depressed under the current railroad operations. >> reporter: this gives you an idea of what warren avenue will look like. it will become an underpass. the project received about $10 million in state prop 1-b funding. b.a.r.t. trains will roll over the underpass. based on the construction schedule, it looks like it may come sooner than 2015. reporting live in fremont, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >>> new this morning, a smoke alarm in willow glen may have saved the lives of a mother and daughter. firefighters say the house went up in flames before 7:00 this morning. the home is located on mullberry lane. when crews arrived, the fir
here? >> i'm here. i want to go to the massachusetts race, scott brown is targeting elizabeth warren about her native-american heritage. let's play this and get your reaction. >> i'm scott brown and i approved this message. >> harvard thought that elizabeth warren was a minority because she said so. >> harvard touted her as a minority. >> initially she said she didn't know anything about it. >> she kept covering up and going deeper and deeper in the hole. >> elizabeth warren got caught. >> seems like this is a pattern for her. >> it should affect a lot of voters and how they feel about elizabeth warren. >> we have enough people in washington that will say anything. don't need one more. >> the thing here is the timing of this ad, this topic on the very same week when some of his staffers were accused of the tomahawk chop. >> this is a big issue because he's losing to elizabeth warren. she claims to be native-american and checked the box and used affirm itch to get ahead. i am part native-american, american indian. that's part of my family. this is not going to prove or disprove. it is
's what it looks like at warren road, no problems getting down to 695. and once you do get onto the jfx, nothing to get in your way, nothing out of the ordinary, just a 11 minutes to travel from the beltway all the way downtown. megan, over to you. >>> 5:32 right now. we have breaking news out of anne arundel county. firefighters there on the scene of a large fire at a mobile home park which is on 26b street in lothiam. when crews first arrived to the scene, they found two mobile homes completely engulfed in flames. we've bp told one person has been rushed to the hospital, suffering from smoke inhalation. authorities tell us they did not find anybody else in either home. 60 firefighters right now working on that fire to bring it under control. we do have a crew on the scene. they're getting video for you. we're going to bring you the latest information as soon as it becomes available and gets into our newsroom. >>> in the meantime, a string of burglaries in howard county has police right now searching for a suspect. these aren't your typical break- ins. police say that the man behind
akin said claire mccaskill should be more ladylike. we heard elizabeth warren called slil. we've told michele bachmann told to act like a lady. these are ways of cutting down a female candidate and reminding the electorate that's a woman running. what are some of the extra challenges that women face running for office? >> here in lies the rub. we see more than ever a lot of younger women with the drive, the ambition, the passion and skills to run, but, you know, you're hard-pressed to find any talk about the real standards they're held to, which is really how they look, how they act. standards at that frankly men don't necessarily have to adhere to. we want more candid moments in the last presidential election, hillary clinton told a reporter she felt there was a double-standard. barack obama just had to pop out of bed, jump out of shower and throw on a suit and he was ready to go. she had a lot more prep work to be done before she was camera-ready. the bottom line is women are held to a different standard, and that can be tough. >> talk about running for office, the barack obama and
and missouri. >> massachusetts scott brown and elizabeth warren has turned out to be the weirdest race in the country. >> don't understand why he went after this issue and so far has not backed down. he's still talking about what she did or did not say about her own ethnic heritage. >> this was an issue earl hi on in the campaign. scott brown went early very hard against elizabeth warren on the basis of race. and while it got a lot of national attention, sort of everything he does gets national attention. sort of a darling of the beltway media and so he gets a lot of attention for what he does. he got a lot of press for it but didn't get any movement in the polls. polling pretty well and consistently throughout and then he took a dive. she gave that well received speech to the democratic convention polls generally turned even more strongly toward the democrats he ended up losing in four straight polls in massachusetts and then all of a sudden he's put her race back as the main reason to vote against her. he has never disproven that she is native american. he says essentially look at he
crews will break ground on a key link on that chain. the mission warren area in southern freemont is getting a $2 billion makeover. crews will be helping prepare the corridor for that extension. improvements include widening mission boulevard, new on and off ramps. that work should be completed by the spring of 2015. >>> it was a rare sight. the referees got a standing ovation. they are back in business. the real refs took the field in tonight's nfl game between the cleveland browns and the baltimore ravens. there they are. the crowd in baltimore cheered as did the millions of people watching the nationally televised game. the replacement referees officiated the first three weeks of the season, until the league came to a new labor agreement with the real refs late last night. the replacement refs did make several mistakes over the past three weeks. so much so, a las vegas casino is making an unprecedented move. the casino is refunding anyone who bet on the packers to beat the seahawks monday night. the infamous call, the refs ruled this a game winning touchdown. >>> a live look at
and warren avenue and fremont. the project is expected to enhance the area on widening mission boulevard. crews will be installing b.a.r.t. bridges and warren avenue. work is scheduled to be finished in early 2015. b.a.r.t. to san jose. >>> and we just had breaking news in san jose. what just happened sal? >> a fire in san jose here. it's a house fire reported on mulberry lane in san jose. now, this is in the willow glen area of san jose. the fire has gone to two alarms now. we're gonna get you more information. but if you do see smoke rising, that is exactly what's going on. we have a crew on the way to the house fire. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. there are no major problems if you are moving into suspect. the morning commute in oakland that does not look bad. the traffic is moving along pretty well here if you are driving into the oakland area. northbound 280 near highway 17. traffic is already being backed up out of downtown. 7:10. let's go to steve. >> a very, very good morning. we have some low clouds. clear for others. end of september. there's plenty to go aroun
? >> george: lindsey warren, come on down. you're the next contestant on "the price is right." ( cheers and applause ) >> drew: lindsey! welcome to the show. good luck to you. next prize, please, george. >> george: a new kayak! ( cheers and applause ) it's the scrambler 11 from ocean kayak. stable and maneuverable, this kayak is great for the paddler who wants to surf a little, fish a little or just cruise ound. includes paddle, life jacket and seatback. from ocean kayak. >> drew: thanks, amber. lipsy what do you bid? >> 700. >> drew: $700. kathleen? >> 1100. >> drew: how much? >> s 100. >> drew: 700 and 1100. >> 1101. >> drew: 1101. roger? >> 705. >> drew: 705. actual retail price is $770. roger! i like how you looked at the camera like hey dude, i'm having my moment. i'm having my moment here on "the price is right". roger, where are you from? >> cal apass as. >> drew: what do you do there? >> i'm a stay at home dad, i take care of two golden retrievers. >> drew: man. i would love to see your instagram feed. hey, george, what do we have for him? >> george: a new car! ( cheers and appl
's issues. that's what the polling is incating. shelley berkley's race, elizabeth warren's state. claire mccaskill's race. it's helping democratic female caidates. ec tro ie republican party has very few cotituencies left they can rely on. it's primaily old, white men. if you want to alienate women further than they've been alienated in this process, you veolitnse a they're suffering a gender gap. this makes it worse. i know it won't have an effect in the missouri race when it comes to the presidential contest, but it creates an image problem for other races in -- >> that's whbody wand to embrace this guy. they have toecause they want to theenatso. here's a new poll. let's take a look at the indiana senate race. congressman joe donnelly two points ahead of state treasurer richard mourdock. it's in the margin of error. it should set f alarm bells the nrcs, shouldn't it, sam? >>h,eais tis a trend not just about indiana. it's about, you know, maybe half a dozen states now where we're seeing democratic senate candidates basically rising up above the republican opponents. you have to look at la
and that one of the players is a very well-known name. garrett warren was at the top of his game, a hollywood stunt man who had mastered the art of make believe violence. but one night he answered the door of his home and faced the real thing. >> when a bullet hits you, you don't really know that it hits you. not like you see in the movies. >> reporter: but he was hit, four times, at close range. >> i fell back behind my door to the ground, and then he walked in and put the gun in my head and when i saw him squeeze the trigger i flinched just like this, like a fighter would. the bullet went straight through my head and came out my head. >> pretty good reflexes. >> like "the matrix," keanu going back and hitting him. so as much as i moved, i still got hit. >> reporter: somehow garrent warren survived. now the question was who shot him and why? >> it was apparent that this was a hi. dealing with a hit man scenario. >> reporter: and police eventually did find what they found a hit note targeting garrett, evidence that ultimately led to a glammious fem me fatale. garrett's ex-wife claudio harrow
that it has a hollywood backdrop and that one of the players is a very well-known name. garrett warren was at the top of his game, a hollywood stunt man who had mastered the art of make believe violence. but one night he answered the door of his home and faced the real thing. >> when a bullet hits you, you don't really know that it hits you. not like you see in the movies. >> reporter: but he was hit, four times, at close range. >> i fell back behind my door to the ground, and then he walked in and put the gun in my head and when i saw him squeeze the trigger i flinched just like this, like a fighter would. the bullet went straight through my head and came out my head. >> pretty good reflexes. >> like "the matrix," keanu going back and hitting him. so as much as i moved, i still got hit. >> reporter: somehow garrent warren survived. now the question was who shot him and why? >> it was apparent that this was a hi. dealing with a hit man scenario. >> reporter: and police eventually did find what they found a hit note targeting garrett, evidence that ultimately led to a glammious fem me f
there in the environment. if that's the case, under the warren regulations, they have to give notice. it's 60 days in new york city as far as i know. >> jeremy, good to have you on the program. >> thanks, jeremy. >> excellent. take care. >> 45 minutes left in the trading day. we have the market down about 40 points on the dow jones. >> coming off the lows. good news. now you don't have to leave the house to buy wine. amazon will have it delivered right to your door. however, costco has cheap wine too. don't forget. will amazon dent costco with this move? we'll look at that coming up. >>> also, apple's surprising apology from ceo tim cook about the new map app disaster. would steve jobs have done that? we'll look at that coming up. >>> then, if a body is found buried in your front yard, will you move out? maybe not if it's the long lost body of jimmy hoffa. could make that home a landmark. that and more coming up on the "closing bell." stay with us. >>> certainly it was a solid third quarter for the stock market, but then you look at energy prices and how they fared. that's a different story. >> yeah, you
with democrat elizabeth warren, who definitely has her own problems with some of the things she's said and in connecticut as well. typically blue states where republicans have a real shot at winning. i think the problem for claire is in her own state is a state trending conservative. it's a state where people are unhappy with some of the major initiatives that claire mchas kill supported while p in congress. despite the gaffes she's running hard to hang onto her seat. this is not a done deal as i think her camp would be after he made those controversial statements last month. i think claire mccaskill, the fact she's talking about it shows she knows it's a competitive race in her state right now. we're going to see morance dorisments today. chip told akin to drop out and he's endorse him today. if they want to get ahold of the senate majority next year, they need to have a net gain of four seats and missouri is an important state and a must win state for republicans. >> how hard a calculation, then, perry is that for them if they think they have a chance? they would love to win that sea
for the senate in massachusetts. mark, defense your profession. >> ag cannot defend candidate warren. i don't know her circumstances but i will tell you this. you will find in the practice of law people who treat it like a profession and people who treat it like a business. i rejected a case the other day suing a member of dental clinics to committed medicaid fraud on needless services on children. do we throw away all dental clinics because that one was not using it as a profession but was treating it as a business? stuart: we wouldn't sue him. you would not. even though they were taking the taxpayer for $85 million. >> they pay that fine to the federal government entering bankruptcy court. all i would be doing was going after insurance dollars in that case. stuart: when you have the good moral position to say i won't go after them. >> wasn't out of morality. they need to be gone after. i don't have time to go after them. i will tell you this. most law firms i know of spend 15% of their time and energy and money doing pro bono work for people who pay nothing at all. stuart: i am not knocki
and also that the warren school of policy and law at berkeley law school. is published very extensively on education very importantly. i want to start with terry. one of the most important things roll and effectively just and certainly his paper said i think at least is, the great promise of charters is that they provide us with certain lessons as to what works and roland has roland has identified five, which can then be ideally deployed in district schools or traditional public schools. .. >> he fired everybody and started over again. it is hard work. you are talking about shifting coulter and major shift of expectations. the schools did not get this bad overnight. they were failing 12 years ago but we did not have the political will what we talk about here. change of public education is tough. utility's excess with fed charters that kept doing the same thing of those that were running them before then you have innovative and creative leaders that will not keep the status quo. we're spending $2,000 more per student more than our traditional schools. we added one hour to the school day
priority bill the first year the legislature was a bill by senator pat warren who happens to be a democrat here in omaha. i chose his for my party bill. it puts in place here in nebraska a process whereby a citizen can challenge a rule or regulation to make sure it meets legislative intent. so i have always been concerned about rules and regulations. we need to look at something like that of the federal level. we need to use a committee process at the federal level. one senator is not going to be a to make all these changes on their own. but if you use a committee process and look at those rules and regulations that have a certain economic impact, that is a good way to start. here in nebraska we look at the dust. we have all heard about the farm dust and how really ridiculous that rule was. sen. kerrey mention the emissions of our public power plant that is of deep concern because in nebraska, we're so fortunate we have public power and glory electric rates. it helps us all as consumers, but also helps us to draw businesses to our state, to grow businesses. it is an advantage to come to n
paycheck or warren buffett's. they earned them. the vignette trouble us because he did such harm and yet continued to feel so entitled. no sense of remorse or recognition. it is stewardship and led to the troubles and that maybe there should be consequences. he and others on wall street personified the world of heads i win tails you lose, or put another way socializing risk while privatizing gain. have we learned any lessons? we can discuss the intricacies of wall street compensation more over time but the critical point is this, we doesn't resent success, we applaud it. we don't begrudge others, the well-earned fruits of their labor yet we resent an attitude of entitlement without obligation. for too many of us, we're seeing that attitude too pervasive on wall street. that's my v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v admitted that that look, we were able to keep a lot of the folks because of the stimulus. >> bill: absolutely. again, do you great work, judd. thank you. all of your colleagues at think pro
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